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"I have just completed 30 sessions for post traumatic syndrome having had a traumatic event within my family. Before my Neurofeedback training I was exhausted, very emotional and foggy in my thoughts. I am now feeling so much stronger within myself and able to cope with the ups and downs of life with a much clearer mind. Jackie is so supportive and full of knowledge and wisdom. however if you just don’t want to talk anymore it is lovely to know that the Neurofeedback training is supporting you within itself. I can highly recommend BrainHarmonics and intend to do further training"

Tonia C

"I has been doing this treatment for 10 sessions and I can already feel the difference. I was so stressed out and anxious when I started and now I'm feeling more relaxed and capable to think better and achive much more. Jackie is a great person to talk to! Thank you!"

Carolina B

"Last August I was hit by a bus and received a head injury. Jackie and neurofeedback were recommended to me. My first reaction was ‘no way, this sort of thing won’t help me, just a waste of my time and money’ My family persuaded me to give it a go. 60 sessions later and I am so grateful. My brain function and thought process have progressively developed resulting in a very noticeable increase in cognitive sharpness and enhanced memory. My outlook on life is calmer and more positive. The whole process has given me increased insight allowing life to return to normal. Additionally, Jackie and Walter offer tremendous psychological support. I highly recommend Brainharmonics and will continue with them in to the future."

Greg C

"My husband Damon had a mountain biking accident in November 2017.  It caused a brain bleed and severe bruising to the brain, resulting in Post Traumatic Amnesia. During his stay at a rehabilitation unit, The Laura Fergusson Trust, one of the other patients wives told me about Neurofeedback Therapy in Christchurch with Jackie Cloete at BrainHarmonics. This information came highly recommended. However, at the time, my husband was busy learning to breathe, eat, walk and talk and function with as much independence as possible, so I made a note of the information for future reference. Damon made good progress and on our return to our home town we focussed intensively on his recovery, using both mainstream and alternative therapies.

mid 2018, outwardly at least, Damon appeared "well", however he was told by the ophthalmologist that although there was no physical problem with his optical nerve, he had a blind spot, due to his brain injury and would never be allowed to drive again. This was devastating news for Damon as he had always been an avid car enthusiast, having built two Baby Austin 7 special cars and many of his hobbies involved the independence of driving. He was also very respected in the geocaching world.  Regaining driving independence was the motivation that made him work so hard on recovery. He was also suffering from fatigue as although he would sleep for 10 or 11 hours, he would wake feeling stiff, achy, and exhausted, the reason being he was unable to get into either deep or REM sleep which are both vital for releasing toxins from the brain in order to heal and recover. This condition was no doubt compounded by the fact that Damon had done shift work for over 30 years and his sleep patterns were in a bad state even before the accident. We knew this because of the readings on his Fitbit watch. Damon had also lost his filters and was prone to nervousness, anxiety and a huge lack of confidence. He would spend a lot of energy putting on a brave face for others and getting frustrated that they didn't understand how much he was suffering. 

We tried Biofeedback and Neurofeedback with a therapist in our local town but were disappointed with the results as the therapist was more involved with other work and not fully committed to Neurofeedback Therapy. In contrast, Jackie Cloete, at BrainHarmonics, is a highly qualified Neurofeedback therapist with all the up-to-date technology.
Our disappointment, frustration, and extensive research, including recommendations from others, led to Jackie and her son Walter. Damon underwent 40 sessions of Neurofeedback. We found Jackie and Walter to be excellent with effective, professional, informative and supportive treatment. They encouraged and reassured us and went the extra mile to get the best possible results. By the end of the 20th session, halfway through his course, Damon and I were amazed and delighted to find that his brain filters had recovered enough for him to cope easily with a visit to a busy shopping mall without it overwhelming him with sensory overload. He felt "Normal" . . . such a Wow moment for us.

A month after the therapy finished Damon was examined again by the ophthalmologist and told that he no longer had a blind spot and was allowed to drive again! Within 2 months of finishing the therapy, Damon began to get into both deep and REM sleep and is improving day by day. Jackie had explained that even after the therapy sessions had finished, Damon's neuropathways would continue to progress.

We both feel that Jackie's method of Neurofeedback has given us a better quality of life than we could have ever achieved without it.
I also had the therapy as I have a type of dyslexia (Irlen or scotopic sensitivity ) which I wanted to improve and Damon's accident had been stressful for both of us, especially as it had followed closely on from a traumatic family bereavement which had left me vulnerable to burnout. I believe this therapy has prevented me from falling into depression. I am calmer, more positive and resilient and feel I am gradually improving. We see the Neurofeedback therapy as an investment in a healthier, happier future and both highly recommend it."

Chrissie Rose

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